It wasn’t bad at all. Honestly, this is Seth Rogen‘s best role performance that we have seen. Not too cocky and annoying. The only person who’ll get pissed with The Interview will be Kim Jong-un. Don’t ask us why. You probably would have known it by now.
And the only thing that will surely leave a bad taste in the mouth would be the scene where The Interview specifically ‘killed a real living person.’ Nobody ‘kills a real living person‘ on film. Not yet, until The Interview. That would be a tough job for the film’s production outfit and we won’t blame Sony Pictures Entertainment if they tried to pull the screening of James Franco and Rogen‘s latest movie amidst the threat of GOP.
Sony made $15 Million
The latest we’ve heard was Sony made a whopping $15 million online through Saturday since The Interview hits the Internet on Wednesday. According to the report, The Interview was rented/downloaded over 2 million times.
Digesting the film’s actors
Anyways, the whole of the film was entirely good. Acting, story-line, plot, twist, comedy, etc., were all executed very well. Maybe Pres. Obama was right after all. Sony should have not given to the demands of the cyber-attacker in the first place.
In the end, The Interview, has shown heart and soul in this particular movie. James as Dave Skylark shines as the articulate TV host admired by North Korea‘s Supreme Leader played by Randall Park. Seth played very well as the ever-protective best friend to Dave as Aaron Rapoport. And Randall was so good in his role as Kim Jong-un.
On a grade of 10, we’ll give The Interview a 9.
Here are some of the memorable scenes we have compiled for you to see. We’ve captured every scene here using our Sony Xperia Z3 Compact. Incidental coincidence watching Sony’s The Interview via Xperia Z3.
What happens next? Well, Kim Jong-un got mad and ‘killed’ Dave in front of the million viewers.
That was the scene that almost ‘killed’ The Interview. We can’t argue why.
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